The Switch List
- New from Jake - the brief history of New York Transportation
- New -I'm now into HOn30 modeling - here is the HOn30 Depot
- New - Shapeways HOn30 page
- New - Minitrains HOn30 web page
- Rustfans serves modellers interested in industrial railways (and the
Iron and Steel industry)in the UK and worldwide.
lines in Liverpool 1948-68 - Steam Loco database of loco's
that worked over the CLC in the Liverpool area between 1948-68
Hope & Ivyland Railroad - Official web site for the
New Hope & Ivyland Railroad. The NHRR is a short line railraod
that operates steam powered excursion trains with ex. Lancaster
& Chester 2-8-0 #40 in daily service, and day long mainline
trips with ex. C & O 4-8-4 #614. Additional NHRR is a common
carrier freight railroad operating various diesel locomotives such as
GP-302198, and C-30-7 7164, and 7187.
of the South" - Picture's past and present of trains through
and around the North Alabama and Southern Tenneessee area.
& Yadkin Railway: History & Modeling - A
fairly comprehensive site on the history of this North Carolina Class
III railroad that ran from Mount Airy to Sanford. Included is a
historical roster of equipment, information and photos about each
station stop along the line, and photos and history of it's
predecessors (the Cape Fear & Yadkin Valley Railway) and feeder
line (Mt. Airy and Eastern narrow gauge lumber road).
& Rockfish RR - North Carolina shortline
(Florida) Historical Society - Archer Florida was one of the
stops on the Florida Railroad from Fernandina Beach to Cedar Key
Florida. Established prior to the Civil war in 1861, the line
eventually became part of the Seaboard Airline Railroad. The Archer
Historical Society has their museum in the old SAL depot in Archer. The
site includes history and pictures of Archer, the SAL depot and the
Florida and SAL Railroads.
Shutterbug - Collection of photographs taken during my over
30 years of railroad service.
Creek Lumber Company - Badger Creek Lumber Company is an HO
logging layout featuring Shay Climax and Heisler loco's. Many photo's.
Featured in Model Railroading magazine
& Toltec Scenic Railway - 65 miles of Real Colorado
Narrow Gauge railroading. K-27, K-36 and K-37 2-8-2 Mikados run
passenger service between Chama NM and Antonito CO every day from May
& Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad - The Durango
& Silverton is one of the few railroads able to take you to
yesteryear. Operating K-28's and K-36's on daily services during the
summer months all the way to Silverton from Durango and during the
winter months to Cascade Canyon from Durango.
Displays Acrylic Display Cases & Dust Covers - Custom
acrylic display cases and dust covers to keep collectables free from
dust and small hands.
Train Page - History of the Pittsburgh & Castle
Shannon Narrow Gauge Railroad
the history of technology - Books on the history of
technology, especially the technology of railroads and other modes of
transportation. Book search service. Book covers and protectors.
Locomotives - History and photographs of the Climax Patent
White Pass & Yukon Route Railroad - The narrow gauge
White Pass & Yukon Route Railroad was built in 1898 at the
height of the Klondike Goldrush. Hailed as the most scenic railway of
the world the journey today is a highlight for anyone visiting Alaska.
Waterville, and Farmington Railway Museum - Rebuilding one of
Maine's 2 footers on the original right of way. Some original rolling
stock and possibly the oldest (1891) 2' gauge steam locomotive in U.S..
Open year round, steam rides most weekends in summer
- Bill Marsh - PartyTrains.com - Bring
a 7.5" gauge track ride on train to your next birthday party in
Florida. Mobile party entertainment the kids and adults will love!
- Dons Depot - Thousands of railroad,
airplane and boat photos from across the country await you at Don's
- Nelson & Albemarle Railway
Historical Society Goal is to provide a centralized
site for where items
about the N&A can be found, where to locate publications, purchase
- HawkinsRails.net, a scrapbook of deep south
railfan photos with many lumber and sawmill pikes.